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Artists in War

Amplify the artist's voice - let the story be heard!

Archa Theatre is a member of an international platform that creates a bridge between Ukrainian and Czech artists through authentic stories. It responds to the needs of the Jam Factory cultural house in Lviv, Ukraine, which supports local artists. Archa comes up with a project that will always allow dialogue between two artists, one from Ukraine and the other from Bohemia.

"Our idea is based on long-term experience working in refugee camps, where many people who fled the war had no voice. Their lives were interrupted by the war. As theatergoers, we have developed a very intimate way for local artists to create an atmosphere of trust with a person in crisis, ”says Ondřej Hrab, director of the Archa Theatre.

Artists in War